Hot chocolate is the perfect antidote to the long, chilly nights of winter, and this ethically sourced vegan dark chocolate powder is even more indulgent when enjoyed with gourmet marshmallows in unique bushfood flavours.
Enjoy warmth and comfort as you drink this hot chocolate sensation from a stunning reusable mug decorated with original artwork from First Nations artists.
Choose from Damien Couldhard’s Wilytya (Night) design or Caitlyn Davies-Plummer’s Elements of Love design for a striking piece, which will quickly become your favourite mug. Each artwork has a cultural meaning for the artist, which you can read below.
By buying this cosy gift box for yourself or your loved one, you help support local and Indigenous Australian business owners whose hard work and their commitment to excellence is reflected in these amazing products.
When you give this box as a gift, not only do we wrap each item separately for an exciting gift opening experience, we also include a complimentary card, where we handwrite your personal message for the recipient.
What’s Inside —
- Hot chocolate powder (Mork, 50% dark chocolate)
- Gourmet Kakadu Plum flavoured marshmallows (Chocolate on Purpose)
- Mug: Your choice of design
- Wilytya (Night)
- Elements of Love
The two artworks to choose from are Wilytya (Night) by Damien Coulthard or Elements of Love by Caitlyn Davies-Plummer. See descriptions of each artist and artwork below.
Damien Coulthard is an an Adnyamathanha man from the Northern Flinders and Gammon Ranges in South Australia. Damien’s pieces share his family and mobs' story that have existed for millennia. All of which are embedded in the Yarta (diverse landscapes) as a record and reminder for all diversities and identities of the unique and continuous - spiritual and cultural connection Aboriginal people have to Country. This particular piece is Wilytya meaning Night in Adnyamathanha language.
Elements of Love:
Caitlyn Davies-Plummer is a proud Barkindji woman of NSW. Her artwork is about A women’s journey of courage and resilience when balancing community, family and culture.